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Bryson House angels light up Belfast Print E-mail
Angels from the charity Bryson House were illuminated in a ceremony on Bedford Street as the 99-year old charity officially launched its 4th annual "Be An Angel" Christmas fundraising campaign. Santa Claus was the special guest and he was helped by little angel Jamie Casement from Downpatrick, who hit the switch to illuminate the angels

"We are inviting everyone in Northern Ireland to 'earn their wings' by making a donation to Bryson House," said Laura Black, Bryson House Corporate Affairs Manager. People wishing to make a donation can ring the charity on (028) 9034 7731 or donate online at The angels, each more than a metre and a half tall, will be illuminated nightly for the Christmas season.

The angel theme runs throughout the campaign, and donors can choose from 'angelic' donation levels including "cherub", "angel", and "guardian angel". "All funds raised by our Angel campaign will support continued programme development at Bryson House," added Laura Black. "Many well-established Bryson House services including Home from Hospital and Bryson House Recycling began as pilot schemes at the charity. Development funds such as this are crucial to Bryson House continuing to pilot innovative and useful new schemes for vulnerable people across Northern Ireland."


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